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Moira Smiley returns to Methow Valley with Jayme Stone’s Folklife

Sat, Nov 11, 7pm, 2017

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Two-time Juno-winning banjoist and composer Jayme Stone makes music inspired from around the world, bridging folk, jazz, and chamber music. His award-winning albums both defy and honor the banjo’s long role in the world’s music, turning historical connections into compelling sounds. On his Folklife tour, Stone collaborates with Methow Valley favorite Moira Smiley as well… [Read More]

The Methow Arts 2017/18 Performance Series

2017/18 Performance with Methow Arts

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Enjoy our line up of award-winning performers. Season ticket packages available now: info@methowartsalliance.org SAT, OCT 14, 7PM. TAIKO PROJECT winners of the prestigious Tokyo International Taiko Contest, they have performed on the Academy Awards, the Grammy Awards, NBC’s “The Voice” and with some of the world’s most well-known musical artists, including Stevie Wonder, Usher, Alicia… [Read More]

GiveMethow 2017 – Avoid Elimination of Missoula Children’s Theatre in 2018

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CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE Avoid Elimination of Missoula Children’s Theatre for 2018! We need your help! A drastic reduction in funding has forced us to cut Missoula Children’s Theatre for students during the current school year. Help us fund the Missoula Children’s Theatre Program next year and ensure that this meaningful program continues. Over… [Read More]

Save the date! Reserve tickets now. ATOMIC BOMBSHELLS – Vintage Burlesque

Sat, Dec 2, 7pm, 2017

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This is an ADULT ONLY show. We expect to sell out. Reserve now! SHAKE AND SHIMMY! BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE Melt away the cold winter blues and start your Holiday Season off with the sizzling moves of the Atomic Bombshells, Seattle’s internationally celebrated, polished and perfectly-choreographed, professional burlesque troupe, as they present a show that… [Read More]

Save the Date! SUPAMAN with Acosia Red Elk

Sat, Feb 10, 7pm, 2018

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Cool right? His name is SupaMan, an origin of the Apsaalooké (Crow Nation), who blends his Native American  culture with hip-hop in the Siouan language. A dedicated mission of empowering youth and educating his followers with a message of hope through culture and music “Hip-hop was talking about the ghetto life, poverty, crime, drugs, alcohol, teen pregnancy; all… [Read More]

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